There's more to life than work
Gary Vaynerchuk fans hate me.
I'm all about putting as little effort into what I do as possible.
My lazy-like approach to making money is my competitive edge. Instead of grinding out 10-hour workdays, I think: how I can I work less?
There's more to life than work.
No one ever thinks when they get old, "Man, I sure wish I worked more!"
They think, "I wished I traveled more or spent more time with family."
Work is a necessary evil in the 21st century. We have to work to make money. But don't make the mistake of thinking life's about work, because that's what THEY want you to think.
As Tai says, people who work hard don't get ahead. If working hard is how you get ahead, the construction worker would make more than the CEO.
Working hard is a requirement every now and then. But if you're living the hustle-til-you-pass-out life, I think you're making a mistake.
There are people richer who'd disagree, but I don't care.
It's not just about the money.
It's about finding the sweet spot between making the money you need that lets you live the life you want; a life with freedom, control, and as little stress as possible.
Kind of a random post today.
Because I feel like it.
When you live the life you want, you have that freedom.
Anyway, here are some pics of my past 7 days from Stari Grad, Croatia. It's the oldest Croatian city founded in 384 b.c. on an island called Hvar.